All I want to do is access the <body> element from the code-behind of a content page and add a class name to it.
I have a top-level master page with the <body> element in it. Then I have a nested master page which is the master page for the content page. From the code behind of the content page I want to add a class name to the body element. That's all.
I have this in the top-level master:
<body id="bodyNode" runat="server">
I added this to the code-behind for the content page:
Here is my situation: I have a user control that has a menu in it. This user control sits on my master page. It is my main navigation menu for my application. I am having an issue where, on one of my pages, users seem to be leaving the page before committing all changes to the database, which results in a loss of data. So what I want to accomplish is - if the user is leaving this page and the data has not been saved yet, I want to prompt the user and say something like "The information is not yet saved, are you sure you want to leave this page" in a modal popup. So my approach is this: In my menu user control, create an event handler called MenuClicked that is raised when the menu web control's (in the user control) MenuItemClicked is raised, I raise my custom MenuClicked event. Then on my master page, I can catch this event in NavMenu_MenuClicked. My problem is - I need to catch this event in my content page, not the master? Am I approaching this correctly?
i have a masterpage and has some linkbuttons in it, i also have a webform which is a content page for the masterpage. i like to access the controls to the webform via the linkbutton residing in the masterpage or access the linkbuttons via the webform controls.
I have a master page with a textbox that I want to use for a search, and display the results on the content page.
I've dragged in the datasource to the content page, and configured the formview to use that datasource... almost.
The issue I'm having is that on the last step of the configure datasource wizard where you select the parameters, I want to select the master page textbox control for the search parameter... but of course it's not available in the list. The list only allows me to choose controls from the content page.
How do I set this master page search box as the parameter for my datasource?
I have built a web site for our company in 2.0 (to be upgraded to 3.5 at a later time). The landing page (default) does not use a master page, where as the back pages do use a master page. I am using a style sheet in a root folder called "styles" (all background images are loaded from the style sheet), and the images are located in a root folder called "images".Adding the preload image scripts head section in the default page is simple enough, but I am not sure about what to do in the pages that use master pages.Would it be correct to place the preload image script in the content place holder named "head" for the pages that use the master page? And if so, do I move the "body' from that master page into each indivual page?
I have a master page homeMaster.aspx and many content pages. However the situation is I have few .html pages. Now when a user clicks on a link the html page should get loaded.inside the master page. The problem is these are .html and not content page with .aspx.
I have a ASP.NET content page where the master page is set dynamically. Both master pages contain a print button and an associated event handler for the click event of the button. Unfortunately I receive a run-time error when I attempt to dynamically access the event from the master page that was not initially assigned. Below are code snippets:
Page_Load(): Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load Dim strPageTitle As String = "Evaluator Data Form - Instructions" If Page.MasterPageFile.Contains("masEvaluators.master") Then Dim mp As Evaluators_masEvaluators = CType(Me.Master, Evaluators_masEvaluators)
which produces the following error when I load the page and reference the "masStaff.master" master page:
System.InvalidCastException: Unable to cast object of type 'ASP.staff_masstaff_master' to type 'Evaluators_masEvaluators'. at Evaluators_EDF_Instructions.Page_Load....
I can solve the problem by adding a print button to the content page, but that defeats the purpose of using a master page.
I have a master page that contains the main site navigation and a child master page that contains a secondary menu. I want to set the starting node on the secondary menu based on the selection on the main menu.
I can get the code to work when the menus are on the same page, but when I separate them into their respective master pages, I get an error saying "The name 'SiteMapDataSource2' does not exist in the current context".
I have tried playing around with the FindControl() method, but either it won't work or I'm not getting the syntax right. Most of the information I find is for a child page referencing the master page, but not the other way around.
How can I access the SiteMapDataSource2 control from the master page? If possible, can you include the exact syntax as I am still trying to get the hang of this.
Here is a basic representation of my code, with all of the uncessary stuff stripped out:
I have a master page setup that is used throughout my site that is basically a header with a menu. I recently added a textbox and a button to this master page which is to be a quick search box that is available anywhere in the site. When a user enters text into the search box and hits the button, I need to load the actual content page which is used to search and show search results (which also uses this same master page), and have the text entered available so the search can be triggered automatically. Again, this search text box and button is now in my master page so it could be triggered from anywhere in the app... it serves as a convenient way to do a basic search from anywhere in my app, without having to first navigate to the actual 'search page' that already exists. You can also navigate to the actual search page, which uses the same master page, where there is many more search options.I'm thrown off by the master page arrangement, which I have not used until this project. What do I do?
I have a custom basepage and a master page in my web application. In my master page, there are events that I run from each page in my web application. Instead of putting the code in each of my pages, I decided to create a base page that each web page will inherit from. Trouble is, I cannot get the base page to invoke the events on the master page.
I'm using this Ajax script [URL] to load content from an aspx page on another server than the page calling the content. So far I've learned that this is a no go. The problem seems to be that when using an absolute link to content the script fails as apposed to using a relative link.
I've searched the web for about 10 hours now, and I still haven't found what I'm looking for.
Following is the structure of the pages in application
Suppose the user is on ..../paycheck.aspx which is the content page. But when ...../paycheck.aspx loads, "lnkDynamic" properties "Text and PostBackUrl" must be set. Which events should be handled .....
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